At the Tokyo Motor Show, Nissan unveiled two innovative concept cars: a vision of the future of autonomous driving and zero emissions called the Nissan IDS, and a clean canvas for digital sharing called Teatro for Dayz.
Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo – a concept supercar developed in conjunction with Polyphony Digital Inc., the creators of the racing video game Gran Turismo for PlayStation – is certain to further increase Nissan's sizable presence in the game and beyond.
The Nissan IDS Concept, "Piloted Drive 1.0," Teatro for Dayz, Gripz Concept and Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo are among the many highlights at the Nissan display this year at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show.
At the Tokyo Motor Show 2015, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. unveiled a concept vehicle that embodies Nissan's vision of the future of autonomous driving and zero emission EVs: the Nissan IDS Concept. Presenting at the show, Nissan president and CEO Carlos Ghosn said: "Nissan's forthcoming technologies will revolutionize the relationship between car and driver, and future mobility."
The Nissan New Mobility Concept is an ultra-compact 100% electric vehicle that was developed in response to rising numbers of senior citizens and single-member households, along with increasing use of automobiles for short-distance trips by up to two people.
Owning a car was once a kid's greatest aspiration. Having a driver's license confirmed adulthood, and driving symbolized freedom to go where you wanted to go, when you wanted to go there, and to do what you wanted to do. But the generation that went straight from the cradle to the Internet and on to an ever-expanding universe of mobile devices holds different values.